• Tunisia: European funding to modernize administration

Tunisia: European funding to modernize administration

An agreement was reached between Tunisia, represented by the head of government, Youssef Chahed and the European Union (EU) on September 5th. This agreement targets the modernization of the administration and the healthcare sector through a fund of 94 million Euros.

 


 

Légende Signature d’un accord de financement entre la Tunisie représentée par le chef de son gouvernement, Youssef Chahed et l’Union européenne (UE), le 5 septembre. Crédit photo DR

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